This month's magazine features an article on the shocking news that US nuclear weapons may be coming to the UK, plus Caroline Lucas MP responds to the government's recently-announced energy strategy.
As the war in Ukraine continues, this month's magazine looks at the continuing nuclear implications of the conflict. We also have an update from an international colleague in South Korea, reporting back on the recent election result in the country.
This month's magazine looks at the nuclear implications of the Ukraine conflict, as well as the ongoing effects of the nuclear accident at Fukushima.
Efforts have been ongoing for decades to make the Middle East a nuclear-weapons free zone. Guest authors from Israel and Iran write about the future possibilities in this regard for this month's Campaign magazine. We also explore CND's latest campaign - to get Britain to attend a crucial nuclear disarmament conference.
This month's magazine includes CND's response to a statement by the P5, and demands actions not words by these nuclear-armed states. We also cover a vote in Parliament on a new way of financing nuclear power projects.
2021 has reinforced the clear divide that exists in the world today: between the global majority that strives for peace, justice and nuclear disarmament, and the minority that seeks to perpetuate its global domination through war, increasing militarisation and nuclear threats. CND continued to campaign on the side of peace throughout the year - read about our activities in this magazine.
This month's magazine looks ahead to a crucial nuclear summit taking place at the UN in January, including an overview of what is likely to be discussed. We also report back from a day of action on AUKUS - the nuclear pact between the UK, Australia and the US.
As world leaders gather in Glasgow for the COP26 summit, find out in this edition of Campaign magazine why the links between climate change and nuclear weapons are crucial to the debate. The magazine also looks at how campaigning methods are evolving to adapt to the current climate.
The UK government has yet again breached international law, this time by sharing weapons-grade uranium with a non-nuclear state. Read more about the deal with Australia and the US in the magazine. You'll also find a round-up of the party conference seasons, including successes for our campaign.
This month CND is joining protests against an arms fair in London, which will see nuclear weapons producers and arms dealers making deals with repressive governments. Read on to find out more. This month's magazine also has information about a European-wide month of action against nuclear weapons in the continent, many there without the host governments' blessing.